NZ PD – Communication in Transport Safety Investigation: A social psychology perspective

30/04/2024 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm – Speaker Bio: Tahlia Fisher is the Senior Advisor Human Factors for the Transport Accident Investigation Commission (TAIC). Her role encompasses aviation, rail, and marine transport, with the primary responsibility of providing human factors expertise and analysis to support the Commission in determining the circumstances and causes of transport accidents. Previous to this, Tahlia was employed […]

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Road collision investigation project: Development of taxonomies and meta-analysis – Neville A Stanton

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Human Factors Guide to Incident Investigation

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QLD PD – AcciMap: a systems thinking approach to accident investigation and analysis

31/08/2022 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm – AcciMap: a systems thinking approach to accident investigation and analysis AcciMap is a systems thinking-based accident analysis method which provides a means with which to describe and analyse accidents through the lens of Jens Rasmussen’s risk management framework (Rasmussen, 1997). This webinar will provide an overview of AcciMap and its applications across the safety critical […]

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Eurocontrol PD Event: Mental Underload…what it is and what it isn`t.

25/06/2024 @ All Day – This webinar will offer an insight into the concept of mental underload – what it is (as far as we are able to define it), what it isn’t, how it compares to related concepts (such as boredom or vigilance), what causes it, how and why it affects performance, how to measure it (as far as […]

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ECS SIG Human Factors and Ergonomics Networking Night

26/10/2023 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm – Event Title: Human Factors and Ergonomics Networking Night Event Date: 26th Oct 2023 5:30pm – 8:00pm (face to face only) Venue: Function Room 6, Roundhouse, UNSW, Kensington Campus Event format: Panel discussion + Q&A   Join us for a night of networking! The privilege to hear key insights from three high calibre leaders, as they […]

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Human Factors and Ergonomic Standards

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2024 HFESA Conference

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Organistional

Principles and guidelines for human factors/ergonomics (HFE) design and management of work systems

https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/groups/public/—ed_dialogue/—lab_admin/documents/publication/wcms_826596.pdf

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Translating Evidence into Practice – Human Factors Challenges and Design of Work

11/08/2022 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm – NSW PD: Translating Evidence into Practice – Human Factors Challenges and Design of Work This interactive event will present the work of three PhD candidates whose research has been motivated by their professional practice and interest in translating evidence into practice. Each presenter will provide an overview of their research prior to inviting discussion and […]

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Workplace

VFR pilot likely experienced low cloud conditions and reduced visual cues ahead of controlled flight into terrain accident

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QLD Branch: Design Breakfast

20/04/2017 @ 7:00 am – 9:00 am – Design, design, design! Did you know you are a designer….? Welcome to your world! No matter what our job is, we are all designers in part, but are we using the right criteria to ensure success? When things go wrong, blaming end-users (front-line staff, drivers, controllers etc.) is commonplace; however investigations routinely point to flaws […]

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TranSIG PD event: Human Factors in Light & Heavy Rail Operations

18/05/2017 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm – Human Factors in Light & Heavy Rail Operations Current research and future challenges Transportation systems are becoming increasingly complex, with ever advancing technology and increasing pressure to move more passengers and freight safely and efficiently. Human factors methods and knowledge are vital for ensuring current rail operations are effectively managed and critical to the design […]

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